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Sep 7, 2010 12:00am EDT
opposite ellen bursten. here now a scene from "lovely still." >> there is this woman. she likes me. sure she likes me but i -- anyway, she wants to go on a date. >> oh, i can help you. >> you can? >> yes, i can. >> good. good. what do i do? >> well, you want to impress her, right? >> yes. >> make her happy? >> yes. >> show her a good time? >> yes. >> when is this date? >> tonight. >> that's pretty short notice. >> i'm sorry. >> don't be sorry. tds just with such short notice it is hard to plan out a whole stratego. never mind. look. tavis: great to see you again. >> great to see you, tavis. tavis: it has been four years since i last saw you. where have you been? >> you look wonderful and i have gotten older 3. tavis: you aren't bad yourself. speaking of getting older. you are starring in this and producing this. what is wrong with you? >> well, i also helped with some of the writing too. the interesting thing about this movie is it was directed by a 22-year-old kid who wrote it for me and my agent sent ept it to me and i like it a lot. it has a surprise ending which i don't want to talk
WETA
Sep 2, 2010 11:30pm EDT
the brain circuits that mediate this disease are. >> ellen is ver el el elyn is ig because she was talking about the things like where is it located. she was the first person to find a b biological marker, an area n the brain that was active in depressed measures. do you want to discuss that. >> again we as well as many other investigators using imaging, we're really trying to take groups of people who had classical symptoms and literally see what was wrong on our brains. are areas over active under active, one area or another area. we started to focus not just on one area but one area became very much critical. it's the area called the subclosal sing law. what we found is its activity is overactive in people when they're depressed. there's actually an effect in the frontal lobe, the thinking parts of brain that are under active. so there's almost a tug of war as the patients describe where there's psychic pain, a very active state of suffering that we think is really driven by this subclos subcolossal. >> she is going to show us things in schizophrenia as well but this was the first time
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